Not a word of support from Starmer on day of mass strikes

‘Labour’ leader finds time to tweet inanity, but not to support millions fighting for their families and class

Yesterday, hundreds of thousands of workers went on strike to resist the Tories’ mass assault on the working class and to fight for their families, their jobs, their pay and the public services we all rely on.

Keir Starmer found time to tweet some ‘flag-shagging’ dross about ‘putting country first’, but couldn’t drag himself to his phone screen or keyboard to say a word in support of those fighting to save it, nor could Skwawkbox find a single supportive comment on any other platform or media. Utter scandal.

Starmer and his flag-shagging Twitter this morning, showing nothing worth saying yesterday

Mr Starmer is not a ‘red Tory’. He’s as blue as any on the Tory benches and democracy in this country is a sham as long as he and any like him are allowed to pose as the ‘opposition’.

Solidarity with the workers and all the ordinary people of this country betrayed by political ‘leaders’.

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